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A couple of weeks ago, we relayed the news that former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver and kick returner, Glenn Holt, was going to help out with coaching duties during minicamp. The team wanted to lean on their former player to help them out with the wide receivers, as well as with special teams in the return game. Holt did in fact help out during last week's sessions and caught up with Geoff Hobson of to talk about a variety of subjects. Aside from taking a stroll down memory lane about his Bengals career with special teams coach Darrin Simmons, Holt chimed in on the Bengals current receiving group. If you remember, Holt was a member of the brash Bengals receiving group of the mid-2000s comprised of Chad Ochocinco, T.J. Houshmandzadeh and Chris Henry. While the group was statistically productive, they never led the team to a championship and that underachievement still stings Bengals fans a half-decade later. But, Holt notices a difference in the current crop...

Sanu could be the dual threat the Bengals are searching for

The Cincinnati Bengals know a thing or two about drafting top talent at the wide receiver position and now Mohamed Sanu could be the latest rookie to impress fans on Sunday’s. Sanu joins the Bengals in the middle of an ongoing search for a No. 2 receiver opposite second year star A.J. Green. Dan Hoard of wrote how impressed with [...]

Looking Glass Game: Andy Dalton

With the news coming from PBS slowing down until the start of training camp, I thought it might be fun to playing an expectation game involving the young marquee players on the roster. The game is simple. Get out your looking glass and tell us how you think the current player will stack up against the best in the team’s history once his career is done. Will he be the best we have...

Jerry Rice releases his list of NFL's best receivers under age of 26

There has been a long chorus line of praise being thrown at Bengals second-year receiver, A.J. Green, this offseason. It's definitely deservedly so, as Green had the best season for a rookie receiver in the club's history, landing him in the Pro Bowl last year. The praise that Green has received over the past few months has been from analysts and other writers from NFL...

Remember All That Cap Space?

As free agency began in March, the Bengals were estimated to have nearly $50M in salary cap space, the most in the league. This led fans to call on Mike Brown to dip into that sizable war chest and sign one of the top available free agents. But the front office turned a deaf ear to those wishes, ordering up a round of well-priced stouts rather than a couple of top-shelf haymakers...

Cincinnati Bengals: An Extension For Marvin Lewis is Key to Season

The Cincinnati Bengals have not been known as the best-run organization in sports, but this is just downright odd: Cincinnati has not offered their head coach Marvin Lewis a new contract who has one-year remaining. The reason it is so odd is because last summer the Bengals were a big mess. They had released loud mouth wide receiver Chad Ochocinco and quarterback Carson Palmer refused...

Pac Man Jones Sharing Costly Lessons with NFL Rookies

  Cincinnati Bengals' cornerback Adam "Pac Man" Jones has learned the hard way about how not to handle one's self as a professional athlete. Last week, a Las Vegas jury found Jones liable for $11 million in damages to two employees of a strip club who were shot by members of Jones' "entourage."  While Jones will appeal the verdict, he'...

Bengals waive Rodney Stewart

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Raiders reportedly interested in RB Cedric Benson

According to multiple reports, the Raiders have shown interest in bringing veteran RB Cedric Benson in with the possibility of signing him to a contract.  Benson, 29, has a lot of milage but is a big, strong back which may fit a need for the Raiders.  He's thought of being a better fit in power scheme than the zone blocking scheme that the Raiders run. On the surface, this...

Thank you to everyone who participated in the first installment of this game involving Andy Dalton. If you are not one of those people, get over there and do it now. So far, WhoDeyFans have high expectations for the gunslinger from TCU. And why shouldn’t they? Once you’ve voted on Dalton, let’s play the game again with Jermaine Gresham. Could he rival or even surpass the great...
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